Living in Shipton
Useful information and external links to support you living in Shipton.
New bus service from Witney to Chipping Norton
This runs on Mondays to Fridays and starts on 12th February 2018
Click here for the timetable.
THE PARISH EMERGENCY PLAN
Has been prepared to help local residents respond to major local incidents.
Download the plan
THE CONSERVATION AREA
Much of Shipton is designated a Conservation Area. All developments in the area are subject to specific additional conditions and all established trees in the area are subject to tree preservation orders. For details on how these conditions might affect you please consult the WODC planning regulations site.
A defibrillator unit is located on the exterior of the New Beaconsfield Hall on the east side next to the car park. This is accessed under the guidance of a 999 call who will give you the access code and guide you through the process of using it.
A second defibrillator is located in the phone box on Fiddler’s Hill.
Please see https://www.communityheartbeat.org.uk/tv
for training videos on basic life support and use of an AED
CHIPPING NORTON FIRST AID UNIT
No appointment necessary – this is a walk-in service. Open Monday to Friday 5.00pm to 9.00pm, Weekends & Bank Holidays 10.00am to 9.00pm
To treat minor injuries & illnesses that cannot be treated at home including wounds which require closing or dressing and infections which require antibiotics.
Burns & Scalds – Bites & Stings – Cuts, Bruises & Sprains, Ear, Throat & Urine Infections – and much more!
Chipping Norton First Aid Unit
Rear of Chipping Norton War Memorial Community Hospital
Russell Way (off London Road), Chipping Norton OX7 5FA
WITNEY MINOR INJURIES UNIT
This is a walk in service, no appointment necessary
Open seven days a week, 10.00am to 10.30pm.
Out Patients Department
Witney Community Hospital
Witney OX28 6JJ
Tel: 01608 648262
EARLY ANNOUNCEMENT OF WASTE AND RECYCLING SERVICE CHANGES
From October, West Oxfordshire residents will be able to put the majority of recycling items that are currently placed in black boxes, all together into a wheelie bin.
Glass, however, will still need to be placed in a black box as it has to be collected separately.
A new kerbside collection for small electrical items will be introduced when the new service starts.
In line with most other councils, recycling collections will become fortnightly and will alternate with the general household rubbish collection.
Food waste will continue to be collected weekly.
Recycling materials that will be collected in wheelie bins:
Cardboard, paper, plastics, foil, cartons, aerosols, food tins, drink cans
Glass will be collected separately. The Council will continue to collect batteries, textiles and cooking oil separately.